Theater lovers will be able to experience the timeless classic “The Music Man,” put on by the Temecula Valley Players.
Performances begin on Thursday Sept. 13 at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater and mark the 30th season of performing live theater in Temecula for the Temecula Valley Players.
The story tells the tale of con-man Harold Hill, played by Paul Kehler who likes a challenge.
When the other salesmen on the train west tell him that Iowa is the biggest test of all sales abilities, he gets off at River City intending to cheat the community with his standard scam.
The scam entails offering to equip and train a boy’s marching band and then skip town with the money since he has no musical skill.
Directed by Carol Damgen, choreographed by Lisa Lyons and musically directed by Brian Smith, the talented cast will sing and dance their way into theater-goers hearts with barbershop quartets, Wells Fargo Wagons, Grecian Urns and 76 Trombones.
Performances are Sept. 13-30 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday matinees at 2:00 p.m. Tickets are $15 for any seat on Friday nights and range from $20-$28 dollars for other performance times.
For tickets call 866-653-8696 or visit, www.temeculatheater.org .
Discount group rates are available by calling Monica at 909-261-2729.